The typical steps students follow during mcc registration include contacting the master directors for advice on the learning process, course contents and selection of optional courses, following administrative procedures using the UIMP web application and looking for financial support.
For admission to the Master, students must have an official university degree from an institution of
higher education in a country included in the “European Higher Education Area” (EHEA). This degree
must be valid to access Master education in the issuing country. Engineering and Sciences degrees
will be accepted with priority.
Students with an equivalent degree issued by institutions outside the EHEA can be accepted without
an explicit, official recognition of qualification after proving the equivalence of the education level and that the given degree gives access to Master education in the country of the issuing institution. The admission of these students does not mean that their degree is recognized in any context other than the admission to the Master.
The official language for tuition during the Master is English, but single-student or small-group activities such as supervised work or tutorship can be done in any other language agreed to by the teacher and the student. Students must be fluent in speaking, reading and writing in English to be accepted. The Master’s Thesis must be prepared and presented in English.
The standards for student acceptance include: degree, student record, participation in additional
education programmes, previous scientific and technical training and experience as well as reference
letters from scientists with experience in Crystallography/Crystallization.
Assessment and rules of attendance
A continuous assessment of student progress will be carried out through examinations after each
course. The final grade assigned to each student will include these partial grades and the assesment
of the presentation and discussion of their Master’s Thesis.
Students have a maximum of two examination sittings per year to pass each course and must
complete all the credits in the programme within two years.
Issuing of Degrees
At the end of the course successful students will be awarded the official Master degree in
Crystallography and Crystallization issued by the Chancellor of the UIMP.
The Master’s runs from the October 2012 until July 2013.
- Module 1 will be taught in the morning (from 9 am to 13:30 pm) and in the afternoon (from 15:00 pm to 17:00 pm) sessions, between October and December 2012, plus an extra week in July.
- Module 2 will be offered in periods of 30 days (15 days in some courses) for two months between
January and April 2013.
- Module 3 will also have morning and afternoon sessions in the form of seminars lasting 5 days each, between the months of April and July 2013.
Application for admission and Registration
Applications for admission are made through the site “Prescripción online” accessed from the web
of UIMP: http://www.uimp.es/posgrado/posgrado.html
Maximum number of students: 25
Pre-registration dates: May – July 2012.
Registration date: September 2012.
If there are open slots left, a special preregistration and matriculation period will be opened up late
Pre-registration for the 2013-2014 Master will be opened in January, May and September, 2013.
The preregistration application requires the presentation of the following documentation at the
- Photocopy of DNI (National Identity Document) for Spaniards; passport or Foreign Identification Number (NIE) for non-Spaniards.
- Certified photocopy* of Degree giving access to the University Master’s.
- Personal academic transcripts (original or certified photocopy*).
*Note: A certified photocopy will bear an authenticating stamp placed by the student’s university,
or by the UIMP. In the latter case, students must present their original document so that it can be
compared to the photocopy.
- CV in PDF format, identifying in the Subject bar: CV P00L, XXXX (where XXX is the student’s surname(s) and given name – without spaces. (Ex.CVP00LGOMEZLOPEZARANCHA)
- Passport size photo in JPG format, saved using the student’s surnames followed by his given name, without any spaces.
Students with a non-homologated foreign degree, or one which is in the process of being
homologated, are also to provide:
- A document from the university where they have studied attesting to the fact that the courses completed qualify the student for access to post-graduate study in the university’s home country.
- Personal academic transcripts indicating the official duration of one’s studies in academic years, the course of studies followed, classes taken, and the grades and credits earned in each class.
IMPORTANT: Academic documents presented are to be legalized and translated into Spanish, where
necessary. The requirement for legalization shall not be enforced for documents issued in member states of the European Union, or from states having signed the European Economic Space Agreement.
Admission of the candidates will be decided by the Academic Commission. The University will duly
notify students regarding acceptance to the Master’s individually, this acceptance is required for
At the time of registration, the following fee apply:
- Administrative fee: 28,40 €, in the first registration
- Office expenses: 5,76 €/ per year
- School insurance (unde 28): 1,12 €/ per year
- Registration fee: 29,44 €/ECTS. 1.766,40 €
Information on other charges:
- Personal academic certification: 24,19 €
- Certification of documents: 8,41 €
- Issuance of Master’s Degree: 195,54 €
NOTE: Publics prices awaiting approval by the Ministry of Education for the 2011–2012 academic